Dateline will air a sit-down interview with 27 of the women who have accused Bill Cosby of sexually assaulting them, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

NBC News' national correspondent Kate Snow will moderate the hour-long special, which airs Friday at 9/8c. During the interview, the women, including Beverly Johnson, will have the opportunity to respond to those who doubt their stories, as well as Cosby's continued denials.

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Snow will also speak to some of the "Jane Does" from the original 2005 suit against Cosby, as well as lawyer Gloria Allred, who represents many of the accusers.

"This is the safest, most accepted, group of women that we can talk to," Lise-Lotte Lublin, one of the accusers, says. "There's nothing greater than that, and more healing, than to just walk up to them and be accepted immediately. And for me, it's powerful and it's beautiful, and I'm so glad that I have it."

This will be the first time the accusers have spoken out as a group. They previously have done individual interviews for an A&E special and a New York Magazine cover.